The United States National Team member and 2019 World University Games gold medalist was featured in the viral show’s sports segment Monday.
A large group of US-based swimmers are heading home after the Olympic Training Center was shut down by state order, SwimSwam has learned.
The 2020 Pro Swim Series in Des Moines will have its concluding session, featuring the finals of the 800 free, 100 back, 200 breast, 200 IM, and 50 free.
Caeleb Dressel comes into Thursday at the Des Moines PSS with the top seed in the men’s 100 free, one of the events in which he’s a two-time world champion.
Catch teen stars Regan Smith and Carson Foster and World teamers Hali Flickinger and Zane Grothe during the day 3 finals session of PSS-Knoxville.
This morning, the 200 free, 100 breast, 100 fly, and 400 IM will be contested at the first prelims session of the 2020 Pro Swim Series- Knoxville.
In tonight’s race, Sullivan led the field in 8:29.75, just under 4 seconds shy of her lifetime best from the FINA World Cup in August.
After failing to reach the A-final in both the 400 IM and 200 free, Katie Ledecky has decided to keep the 200 free for day 3 finals in Atlanta.
World champ Simone Manuel was the top 100 free qualifier this morning, checking in at #8 in the world. She’ll challenge the PSS record of 53.12 tonight.
Multi-Olympic gold medalist Katinka Hosszu was a decisive winner once again, this time taking on the 200m IM field to collect another gold in Budapest.
Russia’s Vlad Morozov is picking up this FINA World Cup Series cluster #2 right where he left off, as the fastest 50m freestyler of the night.
Entering this Budapest stop, we see Katinka Hosszu of host nation Hungary in the lead for the women’s World Cup standings, holding a total of 156 points.
A lot of big names have scratched out of events on day 2 of U.S. Nationals, including world 200 back champ Regan Smith and a few high-seeds in the 200 free.
Meitz, after taking gold at WUGs in the 400 free by nearly five seconds, is reportedly withdrawing from the 2019 Phillips 66 National Championships.
Coming off of a monster NCAA season, Dean Farris was relatively unproven in LCM. His 47.0 relay split at WUGs has changed the conversation.